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Thread: Freeing an Airsporter trigger block

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    Thanks for all the input chaps.
    Its now back with its owner
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    The last one I did I had to secure two wooden blocks around the trigger block , I shaped them a little to fit snugly .
    This was to protect the block from any tool damage .
    With the cylinder clamped (wrapped in leather for protection) I simply used my large pipe grips to unscrew it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightning22 View Post
    There isnít much that wonít move after a week in a bath of diesel, though at the moment thatís likely to be dearer than the equivalent volume of plusgas...
    Kano Aerokroil penetrating oil........trust me, nothing comes close, plus Thor superplastic mallet;

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    ATB, Ed
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    I'd heat the tube.. only need a little expansion to crack open the corrosion that's likely bonding it
    Always looking for any cheap, interesting, knackered "project" guns. Thanks, JB.

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